“In our society any man who does not weep at his mother's funeral runs the risk of being sentenced to death.” — Albert Camus
"If someone calls you a clown, what should you call them back?"No, no, no.I'm a mime.Clowns have the big nose and shoes.(Then pretend to be stuck inside a box.)
"If someone calls you a clown, what should you call them back?"Turd burglar.
Deb/Left an add comment for you back on the "True Detective" post late last night..
My answer would be to play them the song "Say It!" by Blue October.....a definitive ans to the "Clown Question.."(Click on the yellow background 3:37 length posted 4 yrs ago. God, has it been that long? Yikes!)
lol thanks guys.
Hey, Lear, someone's gotta do it!
I’m a clown? Do I amuse you?
Pesci went nuts, really great. Went on to play the same character in Casino. (That second to last scene out in the sugar cane fields. Shudder.) The role of Ray Liotta's lifetime too though I did appreciate him as Johnny Depp's dad in Blow. Anyway, ironically, Pesci's character was being a clown in this scene albeit for his own amusement. Which is probably a good response to being called a clown. If you're up for it.
Oh, I thought that was from Casino. I guess it's my favorite Mafia movie. For me, the scene in the desert, in the hole...
It's from Goodfellas but yeah parallels between the characters. In Casino they beat Pesci and his brother and bury them still alive in a hole out in the middle of some corn (not sugar cane, I don't know what I was thinking) fields. Very disturbing scene. Pesci's character gets whacked in Good Fellas when he thinks he's about to be "made." Thinking about this movie recently because the Lufthansa heist was in the news.
I don't know if I've ever watched Good Fellas straight through, but the ending sequence, where they're tying together what happened to everyone, the scene with the two corpses sliding inside the garbage truck, with the voice-over playing, is well done.
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